Error installing 5.3-release before sysinstall
sundog2000 at excite.com
Wed Feb 23 05:20:33 GMT 2005
>>If I choose too boot without ACPI, then that
>>particular warning is removed.
> OK, so can't you just do this? Many older
> systems do not support ACPI<br>properly (i.e. they only support it to the
> level required to run windows), so you just need to disable it to run FreeBSD
> on them.
When I said "that particular warning is removed" I meant that the ACPI warning
is removed; the other errors are still there and it still does not continue
on into the configuration/installation menus.
So it continues and prompts me that the computer will be automatically rebooted.
On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 04:37:15PM -0500, Nick wrote:<br>> <br>> I am attempting
to upgrade my system from 4.9 to 5.3-RELEASE. I removed my<br>> 4.9 partition
using /stand/sysinstall. Next, I booted from the mininstall CD, <br>> and a menu
with the beastie and seven boot options is presented. When I <br>> attempt any of
the boot options, it gives errors and warns me of an "Automatic <br>> reboot in
15 seconds". <br>> <br>> The lines leading up to this warning are:<br>> ***<br>>
ep0: eeprom failed ot come ready.<br>> ep0: ep_alloc() failed! (6)<br>> panic:
resource_list_release: resource entry is not busy<br>> Uptime: 1s<br>> Shutting
down ACPI<br>> ****<br>> <br>> If I choose too boot without ACPI, then that
particular warning is removed. <br><br>OK, so can't you just do this? Many older
systems do not support ACPI<br>properly (i.e. they only support it to the level
required to run<br>windows), so you just need to disable it to run FreeBSD on
them.<br><br>Kris<br>Attachment: Attachment (0.19KB)<br>
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